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- Modeling data in Power BI
- Visualizing data in Power BI
- Connecting to data
- Transforming data
- Normalizing data
- Creating a data model
- Working with DAX
- Visualizing data
- Building line graphs, bar charts, and dashboards
Skill Level Intermediate
- It used to be that small businesses without a business intelligence department were out of luck. They couldn't use their data to drive their decision making process. Think about it. If you didn't have the budget for a database administrator, a data visualization expert, and a dedicated data analyst team, it just wasn't possible for you to take advantage of your data. That's why Microsoft built Power BI. Power BI is the leading business intelligence tool and it's what I'm going to teach you in this course. My name is John David Ariansen and I'm the co-founder at Silvetone Analytics. In my job, I help businesses better understand and make use of their data and in this course, I want to share how you can use Power BI to supercharge your skillset as an analyst. I'll share the basics of Power BI, how to connect to data sources, build a data model, and create data visualizations that will uncover important insights. Power BI is a versatile tool that will help take your ability as an analyst to the next level. By the end of this course you'll be ready to dive in deep to Power BI and unlock insights on your very own. So, if you're ready let's go.
Top skills for Power BI1m 8s
1. Foundations of Power BI
2. Connecting to Data
3. Data Modeling
5. Data Visualization
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